Department of Ukrainian Philology

Department of Ukrainian Philology

Department of Ukrainian Philology

The growth and development of the Department of Ukrainian Philology as a structural unit of the Horlivka Institute of Foreign Languages of Donbass State Pedagogical University is under the slogan: "Gathering together is the beginning, staying together is progress, working together is success."

Today the department has 11 research and teaching staff, of which: 1 professor, 7 associate professors, 3 teachers.

 Ukrainian language section

 Radionova Tetyana Mykhailivna, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Ukrainian Philology

She graduated from the Horlivka State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages with a degree in English, Ukrainian Language and Literature and qualified as a teacher of English, Ukrainian language and literature.

She graduated from the Horlivka State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages (2003). She defended her dissertation on the specialty 10.02.01 - Ukrainian language on "Status, semantics and functions of the series in the structure of a simple sentence" (2004). In 2011 she received a certificate of associate professor.

Teaches disciplines: "Communicative strategies (Ukrainian language)", "Methods of teaching the Ukrainian language in high school", "Modern Ukrainian language (morphemes and word formation, morphology, syntax)", "Linguistic analysis of the text. Editing and literary editing "," Methods of teaching the Ukrainian language "," Modern scientific language ".

Author of more than 30 scientific and educational works. He is an opponent in the defense of PhD theses, reviews abstracts. Provides scientific guidance for bachelor's and term papers. She was awarded honorary diplomas for high professionalism and conscientious attitude to the education of student youth, personal contribution to the formation of a positive image of the institute.

Scientific and methodological internships: educational symposium "The role of education in the era of disinformation and technological progress" in the framework of the project of the Council for International Research and Exchanges (IREX) "Study and distinguish: information literacy" from 07.09.2019 to 09.10.2019; online course on the EdEra platform "Academic Integrity" (October 2019, 4 p.m.).

Research interests: topical issues of syntax of the modern Ukrainian language, functional and communicative aspects of text linguistics, text categories.

E-mail: t.radionova@forlan.org.ua

 

Marakhovska Valentina Gavrilovna, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Social and Linguistic Communication

She graduated from the Horlivka State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages with a degree in English, Ukrainian Language and Literature (1994) and postgraduate studies at the Horlivka State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages (1998).

She defended her dissertation on the specialty 10.02.01 - Ukrainian language on the topic "Types of complex sentences with comparative contractors." In 2008 she received a certificate of associate professor.

Teaches disciplines: "Fundamentals of Ethnology and Folklore", "Historical Grammar of the Ukrainian Language", "Literary Communication and Stylistics of Discourse", "Sociolinguistics (Ukrainian)", "Communicative Strategies: Ukrainian Language", "Narrative Practices of Modern Ukrainian", " Language analysis at school and philological university (Ukrainian language) ".

Author of more than 20 scientific and educational works. She was awarded the Medal. P. Gorlov and diplomas for significant achievements in the development of education, training of highly qualified personnel, personal contribution to the formation of a positive image of the institute.

Research interests: syntactic ordering of the Ukrainian language, stylistics and culture of the language.

E-mail: v.marakhovska@forlan.org.ua   

Titova Olga Borisovna, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Ukrainian Philology. She graduated from Donetsk State University with a degree in Ukrainian Language and Literature (1997).

In 2010 she defended her dissertation on the specialty 10.02.01 - Ukrainian language on the topic «Period in the structural organization of the text ".

         Author of more than 20 scientific publications. Provides scientific guidance for term papers.

         Teaches disciplines: "Communicative strategies (Ukrainian language)", "Modern Ukrainian literary language (phonetics, lexicology, morphology)", "Ukrainian dialectology", "Ukrainian language for professional purposes", "Business Ukrainian language", "Historical grammar", "Language analysis in school and philological university".

International internship Kuyavian University in Wloclawek (Republic of Poland) on the topic "Philological education as a component of the education system of Ukraine and the EU" (specialty "Philological Sciences" in the amount of 180 hours) from 03/25/2019 to 04/05/2019; educational symposium "The role of education in the era of misinformation and technological progress" in the framework of the project of the Council for International Research and Exchanges (IREX) "Study and distinguish: information literacy" from 09/07/2019 to 09/10/2019; online course on the EdEra platform "Academic Integrity" (October 2019, 4 p.m.).

         Research interests: text linguistics, innovative educational technologies.

E-mail: o.titova@forlan.org.ua

 Kolosova Olga Vladimirovna, lecturer at the Department of Ukrainian Philology.

She graduated from the Slavic State Pedagogical University in 2005 with a degree in Pedagogy and Methods of Secondary Education. Ukrainian Language and Literature ”and qualified as a teacher of Ukrainian language and literature at a higher educational institution of III-IV levels of accreditation, a teacher-researcher.

Teaches disciplines: "Fundamentals of rhetoric and culture of speech", "History of Ukrainian literature", "Fundamentals of ethnography and folklore", "Workshop on the Ukrainian language".

         Author of more than 10 scientific publications.

         Research interests: modern methods of teaching philological disciplines, including professional orientation, the use of new technologies in teaching.

E-mail: o.kolosova@forlan.org.ua 

 

Section of Theory of Literature and History of Ukrainian Literature

 Holoborodko Yaroslav Yuriyovych, Doctor of Philology, Professor of the Department of Ukrainian Philology

He graduated from the Kyiv State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages, defended his dissertation. In 1995 he received a certificate of associate professor.

He defended his doctoral dissertation on the specialty 10.01.01 - Ukrainian literature on "Art Constants of Mykola Kulish" (1997). In 2001 he received a professor's certificate.

Teaches disciplines: "Communicative Strategies (Ukrainian language)", "Narrative practices of modern Ukrainian language", "Sociolinguistics", "Modern literary process in Ukraine: concepts and trends", "Methodology of modern literary research", "Modern scientific language", "Introduction to Literary Studies".

Author of more than 570 scientific publications, including 6 monographs, 4 collections of articles, 3 manuals, 1 textbook. Winner of the prize of the magazine "Modernity" and the League of Ukrainian Patrons. Laureate of the Academician Alexander Biletsky Literary Prize.

Research interests: current Ukrainian literature, cinema and literary process, artistic Nobel Prize of the XXI century, the latest trends in world literature

E-mail: y.goloborodko@forlan.org.ua

 

Muratova Olga Vitalievna, Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor, Head of the Section of Theory of Literature and History of Ukrainian Literature, Department of Ukrainian Philology.

She graduated from the Horlivka State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages with a degree in French, Ukrainian Language and Literature and qualified as a teacher of French, Ukrainian language and literature (1999); in the specialty "Pedagogy and methods of secondary education. History ”and qualified as a history teacher (2011).

She graduated from the Horlivka State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages (2011). In 2013 she defended her dissertation on the specialty 07.00.01 - History of Ukraine on "Genesis of the literary sixties in Ukraine: the historical aspect."

Teaches disciplines: "Introduction to Literary Studies", "Analysis of literary text: genres and styles", "History of Ukrainian literature of the second half of the nineteenth century", "History of Ukrainian literature of the twentieth century", "Methods of teaching Ukrainian and foreign literature in secondary education", "The latest literary process in Ukraine: concepts and trends."

Author of more than 20 scientific and educational works, in particular, textbooks on "Methods of teaching Ukrainian literature", "History of Ukrainian literature of the second half of the nineteenth century." Provides scientific guidance for bachelor's and term papers. She was awarded honorary diplomas for high professionalism and conscientious attitude to the education of student youth, personal contribution to the formation of a positive image of the institute.

Scientific internship: Kharkiv National Pedagogical University named after G.S. Frying pans, Department of Ukrainian and World Literature on the topic: "Innovative strategies in teaching professionally oriented literary disciplines to students of philology" from 02.10.2017 - 02.11.2017; international internship Kuyavian University in Wloclawek (Republic of Poland) on the topic "Philological education as a component of the education system of Ukraine and the EU" (specialty "Philological Sciences" in the amount of 180 hours) from 03/25/2019 to 04/05/2019; educational symposium "The role of education in the era of misinformation and technological progress" in the framework of the project of the Council for International Research and Exchanges (IREX) "Study and distinguish: information literacy" from 09/07/2019 to 09/10/2019; online course on the EdEra platform "Academic Integrity" (October 2019, 4 p.m.).

Research interests - innovative approaches in the methodology of teaching literature, analysis of literary work.

E-mail: o.muratova@forlan.org.ua

Sklyar Iryna Oleksandrivna, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Ukrainian Philology

She graduated from the Miner's Pedagogical School with a degree in Primary School and English Language Teacher (1999), and the Pedagogical Faculty of the Donetsk Institute of Social Education with a degree in Ukrainian Language and Literature. Foreign Literature "(2003).

In 2006 she graduated from Donetsk National University. She defended her dissertation on specialty 10.01.01 - Ukrainian literature on "Psychopoetics of Valerian Pidmohylny" (2012). In 2014 she received a certificate of associate professor.

In 2019 she graduated from the Kharkiv National Pedagogical University named after GS Skovoroda with a degree in 035 - Philology.

Teaches disciplines: "History of Ukrainian literature of the first half of the XIX century", "History of Ukrainian literature (XX century)", "Methods of teaching foreign and Ukrainian literature", "Methods of teaching literary disciplines in high school", "Psychopoetic discourse in modern literature".

Author of scientific and methodical works, including 2 monographs (individual and collective), 3 textbooks (one in co-authorship), about 60 publications of scientific and 40 educational and methodical nature.

Scientific internship: Wyższa Szkoła Techniczna w Katowice (2018 Katowice, Poland).

Research interests: psychopoetic discourse of modern Ukrainian and foreign literature; innovative approaches in the methodology of teaching literary disciplines in higher education institutions.

E-mail: i.skliar@forlan.org.ua

Shkuropat Marina Yuriyivna, Candidate of Philological Sciences, Associate Professor

She graduated from the Horlivka State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages with a degree in English and German (1988).

She graduated from the Horlivka State Pedagogical Institute of Foreign Languages (2007). In 2007 she defended her dissertation on the specialty 10.01.06 - Theory of Literature on "Iconic artistic image on the material of the works of IS Shmelev." In 2014 she received a certificate of associate professor.

In 2012 she completed an internship at the University of Louisville (USA) in the field of "Contemporary American Literature: Theoretical and Analytical Aspects". Deputy Chairman of the Jury of the All-Ukrainian English Language Olympiad. She graduated from the British Council's TKT seminar (2009), the Goethe-Institut's Test Seminar (2011), the Teaching Writing in the English Language Classroom (2013), and the Summer School in Teaching Writing in the English Language Classroom. Protecting Diversity - The History of the US Civil Rights Movement and Human Rights, conducted by the US Embassy in 2014 during the 2016-2017 academic year. She completed an internship at the University of Southern California (Los Angeles, USA) under the Fulbright Program in Contemporary American Literature. Creativity of Percival Everett ".

He teaches the following disciplines: "Introduction to Literary Studies", "Analysis of Artistic Text", "History of Modern Literary Studies", "Fundamentals of Mythopoetics", "Comparative Aspects of Ukrainian Literary Studies".

Author of more than 40 scientific publications, textbooks on the courses "Introduction to Literary Studies", "Analysis of the literary text", "History of modern literary studies". 

Scientific internship: educational symposium "The role of education in the era of disinformation and technological progress" in the framework of the project of the Council for International Research and Exchanges (IREX) "Learn and distinguish: information literacy" from 07.09.2019 to 09.10.2019.

Research interests: literary work analysis, intertextual and intermedia analysis, modern literature of English-speaking countries.

E-mail: m.shkuropat@forlang.org.ua 

Magda Polina Mykolayivna, teacher of the highest qualification category, teacher of the Department of Ukrainian Philology; Postgraduate student of the Department of Pedagogy and Methods of Technological and Vocational Education of the State Pedagogical University.

She graduated from the Slavic State Pedagogical Institute with a degree in "Pedagogy and Methods of Secondary Education, Ukrainian Language and Literature" and qualified as a teacher of Ukrainian language and literature, foreign literature (2000).

He is working on a dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the field of knowledge 01 - education / pedagogy in specialty 015 - vocational education on "Formation of professional and value orientations of future music teachers in the study of socio-humanitarian cycle" (third year).

Teaches disciplines: "Introduction to Literary Studies", "Analysis of the literary text", "History of Ukrainian literature (II half of the twentieth century.)".

Author of 10 articles in professional scientific journals of Ukraine, co-author of a publication in a foreign collective monograph, author of an article in a foreign publication; co-author of 3 educational programs, 1 complex of educational and methodological support of the discipline and 1 RCC, recommended by the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine (DMC NZKMU) for publication. Chairman of the Central Committee "General Education, Humanities and Socio-Economic Disciplines", head of the study group of Bakhmut College of Arts. I. Karabitsa.

Research interests: formation of communicativeness, patriotism, empathy, bioethics of future teachers as professional and value orientations; strengthening the use of the axiological potential of the disciplines of the socio-humanitarian cycle; intensification of educational extracurricular activities with students; introduction of interactive methods in the educational process.

E-mail: p.magda@forlan.org.ua

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